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Dialogmuseum, Frankfurt

(4.4/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
Blind guides lead you through six different settings in absolute darkness at Dialogmuseum, where scents, sounds, wind, temperature, and texture alone create a fascinating experience. The project is meant to reveal the challenges and experiences faced by blind people every day. At the Taste of Darkness restaurant, you will need to rely on your taste and scent alone to distinguish which dish you are trying. In the Casino for Communication, improvisation, creativity, and teamwork are required to solve games without the use of sight. Based on the popular Dialogue in the Dark exhibit in Hamburg, this experience is sure to challenge the way you think--and see. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Dialogmuseum and many more Frankfurt attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Frankfurt trip builder.
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  • This museum conveys how feels the life without sight. These are presented various everyday situations, but covered in total darkness, felt, smelled his must - be short: with all the other senses. One is amazed and learns much about himself. The Museum is to achieve something outside the actual city centre, but with the tram. A visit is strongly recommended especially for each "Normalsichtigen" - already from the elementary school age I think it is for children and young people even for a must-have! Better and more intense one not (literally) can understand what a life without sight feels (again: Word for Word). After everyone has promised highest regard for people with limited vision options -!
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  • Together with a group of 8 plus guides in the dark. A frightening and fascinating at the same time experience. Unobtrusive way, is made deliberately alongside what world blind people live with us one. In any case, the large round make, the 90 minutes just fly away. The boat tour a hit and goal wall shooting in the dark - a must-have. Great respect from the guides and even more than earlier for everyone living with Visual impairment. Make a visit to bar at the end - - it is worth the few extra bucks.
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  • The Dialogue Museum is a bit of a quandary - a place where you can experience what it is like to be blind, but then people have said that it is a bit voyeuristic and it isn't really something which yo...  more »
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  • I loved the experience! I especially liked that the blinding is not done with folds, but with complete darkness. Being more or less helpless for 90 minutes with a blind person as a guide was well worth the price. Book a slot beforehand, though. The only minus I'd give this place is that it was quite crowded and cramped during the tour. We were an 8-people group, and I suppose that's about the average size there.
  • Great experience. Recommend it to everyone. A bit pricey but definitely worth it.
  • A different experience, sense the world in the dark, fun and insightful
  • Loved the experience. Remember to book the blind experience beforehand, it was worth it.
  • Very good experience a must do